30-31.03.19 Bihar (BPSC) Current Affairs

BIHAR   Bihar History : Ramgarh   Ramgarh Rajwas a major Zamindari (baronial) estate in the era of the British Raj, in the former Indian province of Bihar. Major districts that came under the Ramgarh Raj were Hazaribagh, Koderma, and Bokaro. The entire area is rich in minerals like coal and mica and falls under … Read more

29.03.19 Bihar (BPSC) Current Affairs

BIHAR   Bihar History : Icha   The Zamindar is a member of the Junior branch of the Seraikella Royal Family belong to Rathore dynasty and was founded by Kunwar Damodar Singh, second son of Raja Abhiram Singh of Seraikella, who was granted Icha Pir by way of ‗Kharposh‘ in 1803. Icha was a part … Read more

28.03.19 Bihar (BPSC) Current Affairs

BIHAR Bihar History : Kursela   Kursela was a Zamindari under British India. R. B. Raghubansh Prasad Singh was the last zamindaar of Kursela. Kursela had a young artist Sri Awadesh Kumar Singh, MP, son of the Zamindaar of Kursela and proprietor of the Kursela estate, R.B. Raghubansh Prasad Singh, whose paintings were exhibited at … Read more

27.03.19 Bihar (BPSC) Current Affairs

BIHAR   Bihar History : Kharsawan   Kharsawan or Kharsuan was one of the Oriya speaking Princely states of India during the period of the British Raj, and was acceded to India after India gained independence. Earlier this area was a part of Orissa’s Kalinga-Utkala Empire of the Gajapati Kings.It is now a part of … Read more

26.03.19 Bihar (BPSC) Current Affairs

BIHAR Former Princely States of Bihar   Gidhaur   Gidhaur was one of Princely State among 568 princely states in India before the Partition of British India in 1947. Kings of Rajput Chandel descent ruled on erstwhile Patsanda for more than three centuries. Raja Malpurana founded this zamindari state in 1596. Patsanda was renamed Gidhaur … Read more

24-25.03.19 Bihar (BPSC) Current Affairs

BIHAR Bihar History : Former Princely States of Bihar   DUMRAON (Shahabad Dist.)   Maharaja Bahadur KAMAL SINGH, 15th Maharaja of Dumraon since 13th November 1949 and were belong to Parmar dynasty. Horilshah founded this town, and so it was earlier known as Horilnagar. Horilshah was a descendant of “Raja Bhoj of Dhar” and came … Read more

23.03.19 Bihar (BPSC) Current Affairs

BIHAR New grass pea varieties to come on the market soon   Two new grass pea varieties safe for human consumption would be available in state by the end of current rabi season. The new varieties called ‘Ratan’ and ‘Prateek’ are being promoted by the Bihar Agriculture University (BAU).   During this season, around 33 … Read more

21-22.03.19 Bihar (BPSC) Current Affairs

BIHAR Forces begin area domination exercise in Bihar   Altogether 55 companies of Central Armed Police Force (CAPF) have reached the state for pre-poll area domination. Forces have already been sent to the four parliamentary constituencies – Aurangabad, Gaya, Nawada and Jamui – which will go to polls in the first phase on April 11. These four districts are among … Read more

20.03.19 Bihar (BPSC) Current Affairs

BIHAR CTET at 4 more centres in Bihar this year: CBSE   Apart from Patna and Muzaffarpur, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will conduct Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) at four more centres in the state – Bhagalpur, Darbhanga, Gaya and Hajipur – this year. The CTET will be held on July 7. … Read more

19.03.19 Bihar (BPSC) Current Affairs

BIHAR PM’S intervention paves way for bridge over Sone river   Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken note of the diversion of Rs 500 crore allotted for a proposed bridge on river Sone that would have benefitted around 60 lakh poor living in the hilly and forested areas of Bihar, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Uttar Pradesh, … Read more

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